So if you’ve been on a internet for a past few days we substantially saw this cringe-worthy TV interview with Cara Delevingne, star of Paper Towns, and maybe even saw her Twitter response — though now John Green, author of a book-turned-movie, has a few things to say.
In a blog post, Green discussed a extravagance that was Cara’s speak and a even some-more absurd doubt they asked her: Did we review a book?
Green explained that via a promotional debate for a movie, a stars and himself were bombarded with questions, mostly repeated ones such as this one — though there was always a (sexist) disproportion between a approach they were asked.
“I spent some-more than a month with her on debate in Europe and a U.S., and we watched as again and again, she was asked this question. Cara has review a book (multiple times), though a doubt is annoying — not slightest since her masculine costar, Nat Wolff, was roughly always asked when he’d review a book, while Cara was roughly always asked if she’d review it.”
Green also goes on to speak about how these repeated news interviews, or “junket interviews” as he refers to them as, mostly force a interviewees — like himself — to tumble plant to building truthful, though “rote responses.”
“I never unequivocally got good during junketry. we only arrange of gave up… In a end, rather than fight, we stranded to a script.”
He praises Cara, however, for doing a opposite.
“Cara, however, refuses to hang to a script. She refuses to indulge idle questions and refuses to spin herself into an automaton to get by prolonged days of junketry. we don’t find that function entitled or haughty. we find it admirable. Cara Delevingne doesn’t exist to feed your account or your news feed — and that’s precisely because she’s so (expletive) interesting.”